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  1. Melina Elisa says

    This was such an interesting post! I COMPLETELY AGREE! The last person I was dating was pretty bad in bed, and while i gave him pointers and stuff, it just didn’t get better! While it was definitely not the reason we ended it, it definitely added onto the fact. Great post xxx

    Melina | melinaelisa.com

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you! I don’t know if it’s a woman thing or people in general, but sex is seen as less important.
      It’s hard to go forward with improving if nothing changed after pointers. I think some guys just assume what worked for one women will work for every woman. Thank you for reading Melina xxx

  2. thelonelyauthorblog says

    Ineteresting post LauraJ. I gues what I am going to give you is the flip side to this issue. Yes, settled for bad sex before. Now, years later, I realize it was my fault for not being more open about needs and not being able to penetrate my partner’s reluactance to discuss sex. I tried for a few yeats, but eventually had to give up. Broke it off politely, but honestly, everything about the young lady was perfect – except for sex.

    I like what you did with your middle of the road partner. It is what every couple should do. Experiment. Communicate. Search for solutions until everyone is satisfied.

    I believe bad sex will eventually ruin a good relationship.

    • LauraJ says

      I use to do the same – I was never open about my needs. And I had no how to express them, so I’d just accept not being satisfied. I feel some people think compatability in the bedroom is an optional thing, but I’d say it’s as important as good conversation and general chemistry.

      I think it’s always good to experiment and look for solutions first, before writing someone off as bad.

      Thank you for sharing your input Andrew.

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